New Website To Help Sufferers of Lower Back Pain
February 12, 2012 - Lowerbackpainhq.net, a new website launched recently, gives visitors the answers to many questions they may have related to lower back pain.
The purpose of the site is to provide its users with helpful, and practical, information on a wide range of lower back pain topics.
“I have suffered with lower back pain for years, and I wanted to put together a site which offers fellow sufferers some real solutions to some of the symptoms lower back pain can cause,” says the Editor of Lower Back Pain HQ, Debra Douglas. “I am not a medical expert, just someone who has lived with lower back pain for a long time, and my condition has brought me into contact with many others in a similar situation to myself, all of whom are seeking lower back pain relief. Based on my personal experiences, and on those of others I have met, the site is a combination of practical advice for helping to avoid lower back pain, together with information relating to possible lower back pain causes, and the various treatments which are available.”
Visitors to lowerbackpainhq.net will appreciate the simplicity of the design format, as well as the ease of navigation around the site. The topics include, to name a few; lower back pain in early pregnancy, lower back pain treatment and lower back pain exercises.
All information is clearly categorized to simplify the search, with visitors being directed to the page they require within seconds. And because the website’s primary purpose is to help sufferers of lower back pain, rather than make money, visitors will be pleased to see that the site is not cluttered with advertisements.
As a result of her back condition, Ms. Douglas has undergone spinal surgery, and has tried various lower back pain treatment options over the past few years.
“Lower back pain is miserable, but the symptoms can be relieved,” says Ms. Douglas. “In many cases, when the causes for the pain are addressed and treated correctly, lower back pain can be completely cured. In fact, very often, a few simple lifestyle changes can be all that are required to help eliminate back pain.”
Lowerbackpainhq.net is a site which has been created by a genuine lower back pain sufferer, who understands exactly how debilitating and distressing lower back pain can be. It is not intended to be a substitute for medical advice; neither does it claim to be.
Where lower back pain is concerned, self-diagnosis and self-treatment are not recommended, and a doctor or health professional should be consulted for a correct diagnosis and suitable treatment, or prior to commencing with any exercise routine.
For further information, please visit http://www.lowerbackpainhq.net
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